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- फार्म हाउस योजना की होगी जांच
नोएडा। लोकायुक्त के आदेश पर फार्म हाउस आवंटन योजना के आवेदनों की स्क्रूटनी करने के लिए प्राधिकरण ने समिति गठित कर दी है। दो से तीन माह में जांच प्रक्रिया पूरी हो जाएगी।
प्राधिकरण ने वर्ष 2008 व 2010 में यमुना किनारे फार्म हाउस योजना निकाली थी। योजना में एक हजार वर्ग मीटर से लेकर एक लाख वर्ग मीटर तक के भूखंड शामिल किए गए थे। ये फार्म हाउस मंगरौली-छपरौली, गुलावली, झट्टा आदि गांवों की जमीन पर यमुना किनारे बने बांध से एक्सप्रेसवे की तरफ स्थित हैं। साक्षात्कार के आधार पर कुल 152 फार्म हाउसों का आवंटन किया गया। उस समय करीब 3300 रुपये प्रति वर्ग मीटर की कीमत पर आवंटित हुए। बहुत से आवेदकों को फॉर्म हाउस नहीं मिल सके। इसके बाद आवंटन प्रक्रिया में धांधली के साथ ही तत्कालीन कई अफसर और नेताओं को गलत तरीके से फार्म हाउस आवंटित करने के आरोप लगे।
कुछ किसान नेता भी इसके विरोध में आ गए। उनका कहना था कि अगर उनकी जमीन खेती के लिए आवंटित करनी ही थी तो उनसे क्यों ली गई। किसान खुद ही उस पर खेती कर सकते थे। इसके बाद प्रदेश के लोकायुक्त जस्टिस केएन मेहरोत्रा के यहां यह मामला दर्ज हुआ। लोकायुक्त ने लंबे समय तक जांच-पड़ताल की। प्राधिकरण और शासन के कई आला अफसरों से पूछताछ हुई। कुछ माह पूर्व लोकायुक्त ने इसके आवंटन में गड़बड़ी न होने का फैसला सुनाया।
इसके साथ ही लोकायुक्त ने यह भी कहा कि प्राधिकरण खुद आवेदनों की फिर से जांच कर ले। आदेश का पालन करते हुए प्राधिकरण ने एक समिति बना दी है। इस समिति में ओएसडी मनोज राय व जीएम विपिन गौड़ भी शामिल हैं। यह समिति अब सभी आवेदनों की जांच करेगी। अगले दो से तीन माह में यह समिति जांच प्रक्रिया पूरी कर लेगी। अगर कोई अड़चन नहीं आई तो इस समिति की जांच पूरी होते ही आवेदकों के नाम फार्म हाउसों की सबलीज कर दी जाएगी।
अब सर्किल रेट पर देना होगा स्टांप
प्राधिकरण ने गठित की समिति, दो से तीन माह में पूरी होगी प्रक्रिया
152 फार्म हाउसों का हुआ था आवंटन
24 की उसी समय हो गई थी रजिस्ट्री
3300 रुपये प्रति वर्ग मीटर की कीमत पर आवंटित हुए
नोएडा। किसी भी प्रॉपर्टी के आवंटन के छह माह के भीतर रजिस्ट्री होने पर प्राधिकरण से तय आवंटन रेट पर स्टांप शुल्क देना होता है। जिन फार्म हाउसों की रजिस्ट्री छह माह के भीतर (करीब 24) हुई है उनके आवंटियों ने उस समय के आवंटन रेट करीब 3300 रुपये प्रति वर्ग मीटर के हिसाब से स्टांप शुल्क दिया था। छह माह की अवधि खत्म हो चुकी है, ऐसे में अब इन आवंटियों को मौजूदा सर्किल रेट के हिसाब से रजिस्ट्री करानी होगी। इस समय करीब दस हजार रुपये प्रति वर्ग मीटर सर्किल रेट है। रजिस्ट्री विभाग से जानकारी के मुताबिक कुल 152 फार्म हाउसों में से 24 फार्म हाउसों की रजिस्ट्री उसी समय हो गई थी। शेष 128 फार्म हाउसों की रजिस्ट्री बाकी है। इनसे स्टांप विभाग को करीब 64 करोड़ रुपये का स्टांप शुल्क मिलने का अनुमान है। ब्यूरो
- All Flat owners in Gaur Sportswood, please join Facebook group "Gaur Sportswood Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/gaursportswoodflatowners/ ".
This group would be for all the flat owners who have already booked flat in Gaur Sportswood and this group would give the latest information regarding the developments in this project and Gaurson's decisions on key issuesCommentQuote0Flag
- Sector 71 residents unhappy with living conditions
NOIDA: Residents of Sector 71 have complained of abysmal living conditions in their neighbourhood. According to Pradeep Garg, RWA executive committee member, Sector 71, there has been no development of public faci- lities in the area in the past 10 years.
"Though the roads are better after getting re-laid recently, there are pockets where the need for repair is already being felt," says Garg.
Apart from the condition of the roads, lack of basic amenities like chemists and postal services make life difficult in Sector 71.
"If one needs even a painkiller, he will have to spend Rs 20 worth of petrol to fetch it as there are no chemists here," says Garg, who maintains that the Authority has turned a deaf ear to their woes.
Another major issue in the area is the lack of letterboxes in Sectors 53, 71 and 72. "The letterbox opposite Kanchenjunga market in Sector 53 was broken about a year ago and has not been reinstalled." says A D Kalra, RWA general secretary, Sector 72.
Sector 72 RWA president, Mukesh Bhandari, added, "We don't have a police station in the Sector. Currently all our complaints are handled by Sector 49 police station which is five kilometres away." He's apprised SSP Preetinder Singh of the issues, he said.
Sector 71 residents unhappy with living conditions - The Times of IndiaCommentQuote0Flag
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- Kent RO to set up Rs 100-crore plant at Noida
22 Mar, 2014, 2115 hrs IST, PTI
Water purifier maker Kent RO Systems would set up a new manufacturing unit at Noida by investing Rs 100 crore
NEW DELHI: Water purifier maker Kent RO Systems would set up a new manufacturing unit at Noida by investing Rs 100 crore.
The company has been alloted required land for its third manufacturing unit and construction would commence soon.
"We have acquired the required land and would soon commence construction. We would start production in 2016-17 from that unit," Kent RO Systems Chairman Mahesh Gupta said.
The new plant would have manufacturing capacity to roll out 500,000 water purifiers in a year.
Presently, Kent RO has two manufacturing units at Roorkee in Uttarakhand, having capacity to roll out 500,000 water purifiers.
Speaking on turnover for this financial year, he said, "We would finish this fiscal with Rs 600 crore turnover, which would be 30 per cent more than the last fiscal 2012-13. We expect this growth rate for the next five years."
The company currently sell over 20 models of purifiers. It also sells premium range of water purifiers under the brand name Electrolux. Kent RO Systems has brand licensing agreement with the Swedish home appliances major.
According to Gupta, it is currently selling three model of water purifier under Electrolux brand.
Kent RO today started 'Save Water' campaign on the World Water Day. In the campaign, its brand ambassador Bollywood actress Hema Malini would make people aware about water conservation.
- Theee is news of persistent theft incident in guar soceity 119..details are in TOICommentQuote0Flag
- Accident in Prateek Laurel !!
- NCR Real Estate ka bura haal ...
40% of new home units in Noida delayed
NOIDA: Ramesh Saxena, a 29-year-old IT professional, had booked a flat in Noida Extension in early 2009. He was promised delivery in three years. But with his dream home nowhere near completion, he is paying Rs 20,000 a month as rent in Vaishali — apart from shelling out even an larger sum as EMI for the home loan.
"I am spending almost Rs 50,000 on rent and EMI. That leaves me with hardly any money. My father, a retired government employee, uses his pension money for other expenses," said an exasperated Saxena, who had planned to get married only after moving into his own home. His marriage plans, too, are now indefinitely delayed.
Lakhs of middle class families who booked homes in Noida region have similar harrowing tales. Industry estimates suggest that almost half of the four lakh residential units planned in Ghaziabad, Noida and Greater Noida (which includes Noida Extension) are delayed. Among the projects under construction, over 40% are running behind schedule.
"The problem (of delayed possession) is really serious. Most of the projects launched in the last four-five years or even before that have still not been delivered to buyers. Because of this end-users are losing faith in builders' ability to deliver on time and the latter's credentials have gone down drastically. This is one of the reasons why real estate is at a low point," said Santhosh Kumar, CEO (operations) of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).
Kumar's grim picture of realty's reality comes from these figures given by JLL. At present, a total of 2.3 lakh residential units are under construction with 1.1 lakh in Noida (city and expressway); 94,500 in Noida Extension and 24,600 in Greater Noida (including Yamuna Expressway). "Of these, 231,956 residential units are under construction, 95,859 (or a whopping 41%) are running behind schedule, with maximum delay being four years," he said.
Industry sources say that while land acquisitions problems have delayed projects, especially in Noida Extension — now Greater Noida (west) — the real problem is elsewhere. "Builders launch a project and based on its prime position, get buyers in droves. But instead of using this money to complete that project, they go on an expansion spree. Today most big names have a plethora of projects but hardly any of them are ready," said a Noida-based property dealer who did not wish to be named.
Despite the grim ground reality, buyers have no relief from any quarter. A mere Rs 5-10 per square feet is the penalty for delay, and developers find ways to deny even that to buyers.
"In case of construction delays beyond the average stipulated time period of three years and a grace of three months, a few developers pay back some form of penalty either adjusted against the bill or as cash back to the customers. The penalty ranges from approx Rs 5 to Rs 10 per sq ft of the unit area," said PropEquity CEO Samir Jasuja.
Even this is often denied to buyers. Many builders claim to give extra super area -- which means not the carpet area of your home but the public spaces of your building, like stairs — instead. The only remedy for buyers seems to be going to consumer courts as successive UP governments have tended to be builder-friendly.
Lawyers dealing in consumer courts say they see a rush of such cases as this is the only place for harried buyers. "Buyers may get reasonable amounts as compensation for delayed possession from consumer courts but builders in almost all such cases challenge these orders and field legal eagles in higher courts of appeal. The buyer, therefore, is helpless there too," said a lawyer on condition of anonymity.
Not surprisingly, AAP-style dharnas and agitations in front of builders' offices or project sites have become a regular feature. "We have been duped by our builder. We were supposed to get our home two years back and there is still no sign of our apartment building on ground. The compensation for delayed delivery should be linked to market rates. We buy flats and then get treated like beggars," said Pankaj Pokhriyal who has booked a flat in one of the biggest upcoming cities on Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.
"The real estate sector is still not governed by any blanket law due to which it lacks transparency and permits developers to flout monopolistic policies. With the advent of the Real Estate Regulator Bill, passed in the assembly in 2013, we are expecting strict rules safeguarding the interests of the customers," said PropEquity's Jasuja.
Till that happens, all buyers can do is curse their stars or suffer in silence.
40% of new home units in Noida delayed - The Times of IndiaCommentQuote0Flag
- reasonably and correct story.
for some reason , i donot like this chap SAMIR JASUJA who is anchor of ndtv profit show.
SAMIR is fully biased towards GURGAON REAL ESTATE AND CRITICAL OF NOIDA for the reasons best known to him and for that reason i donot care a shit about his statements and would request he doesnot deserve to be entertained in these levels of discussions.
i read about the youngster , his plight regarding NE apartment . my sincere advise to these young guns is , for heaven sake first save enough liquidity before you go into big things like real estate.there is enough time in life to go for these shopping , just donot shell out all your hard earned money and sob like a small kid in a classroom.CommentQuote1Flag
- Noida latest update
इलाहाबाद हाईकोर्ट ने नोएडा में 500 फ्लैट गिराने का आदेश दिया
इलाहाबाद हाईकोर्ट ने सुपरटेक के खिलाफ नियमों के उल्लंघन के मामले में केस दर्ज करने का आदेश दिया है. इसके अलावा कोर्ट ने नोएडा में 500 फ्लैट गिराने का आदेश दिया है.
और भी... breaking news:CommentQuote1Flag
- Cookie sahab,
missing your dedicated contributions on this thread , sab thikthak hai na.
Please stay put , your few words are equivalent to full blown articles.
Any how take care.CommentQuote0Flag
- Abhi koi news hi nahin aa raha hai due to election all work are on hold..No new work is announced or launched..CommentQuote0Flag
- Noida seals Supertech towers, builder mum on refunds - The Times of India
Noida seals Supertech towers, builder mum on refundsCommentQuote0Flag
- Jaypee Group to sell land bank on Yamuna Expressway
The Jaypee Group has invited bids from real estate firms to develop land in Jaypee Greens Sports City on the 165km-long Yamuna Expressway that connects Noida, on the outskirts of Delhi, with the city of Agra.
In newspaper advertisements, Jaypee said property developers interested in building townships or group housing should submit their expression of interest by 30 April. It said the plots of land for townships are available in sizes ranging from three to 50 acres.
Jaypee’s invitation for bids comes at a time when its flagship company Jaiprakash Associates Ltd intends to sell Rs.10,000 crore worth of assets in 2014-15 to cut debt, after successfully divesting assets worth Rs.15,000 crore in the six months ended 31 March.
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- Good news! Unitech is increasing its construction spending so that it can deliver at least six million sq ft of developed area this financial year, a jump from its rate of four million sq ft annually in the past few years.
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